Manchester United Foundation gives support and encouragement with the aim of helping the community to eat healthily, become more active, sleep soundly, manage stress, become smoke free, drink safely and socialise.
From primary school children right through to adults we use the Manchester United name to help people lead a more balanced lifestyle and address underlying problems that may be affecting their health.
Our interactive programme Something to Chew On has received international recognition for educating youngsters on the importance of being healthy.
Premier League Health is specifically aimed at looking after the wellbeing of young men. Free football sessions encourage attendees to exercise whilst coaches encourage males to be more open about their health, visit the doctor more regularly and tackle longterm problems like depression and unemployment.
Premier League 4 Sport is a national initiative which aims to increase children's participation in four Olympic sports ahead of the 2012 Olympics.